The jacket cover is the next option. This type looks much-like a book sleeve to give proper protection to the outer surfaces of the passport. The jackets come in a variety of materials, such as plastic, vinyl and leather. The jacket cover in leather can look very stylish and is certain to give a decent amount of protection from everyday wear and tear.
The portfolio holder is a great choice to ensure the cover and inside pages are fully protected. They are available in plenty of hard-wearing materials including leather, nylon and vinyl. The larger holders can even include space for holding other travel documents like tickets and boarding cards. However, this type of holder is quite large and best kept in carry-on luggage like a bag or briefcase.
The passport wallets are a bigger option with the ability to hold many different travel documents in a single holder. They are likely to appeal to the frequent travelers that regularly carry their passport. In fact, it can even replace a standard wallet and accept the essentials like bank cards, cash, ID and the passport. Even thought they are a little larger than the standard wallet, they are still compact enough to fit in a pocket. Typical materials include real leather, vinyl and nylon.
The document case is a practical option for frequent business travelers. They are built to hold a wide range of travel documents in a single space. The leather cases are the most attractive and stylish can be a little cumbersome and bulky. The best lightweight alternatives are made of vinyl and nylon.